The Akademie für Internationale Bildung (Academy for International Education), or AIB, understands that regardless of the subject of study, all students need a greater understanding of the world to help them formulate the role they will play in it. They also need to discover the various ways they can impact the world around them.
At AIB the faculty and administration make it their mission to educate students and advance their skills to become independent, self-confident professionals, ready to deal with real-world challenges. The school assists in developing individual talent and... See full description.
The Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg is an institution of great prestige, whose origins go back to the year 1457. It currently receives about 21,000 students, from more than 100 countries. The University consists of 11 faculties, where they provide training of degrees, postgraduate and doctoral programs.
The University of Kiel is an institution of higher education, operating in the city of Kiel, Germany. It was established in 1665 to currently receive about 23,000 students. The school is organized into the following faculties: Theology, Law, Business, Economics and Social Sciences, Medicine, Arts and Humanities, Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Agricultural Science and Nutrition, and Engineering. CAU perceive themselves as a "University consortium of scientific cultures", in which interdisciplinary research and teaching is encouraged. A final point worth noting is that the University is... See full description.
The Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich is an institution of higher education of great international prestige. It welcomes approximately 48,000 students, of which about 14 per cent come from different countries. The University offers degrees with 150 subjects in 18 schools.
The Universität Duisburg-Essen is one of the largest in Germany, founded in 2003 through a merger between Duisburg and Essen, currently having offices in both cities. It hosts students from some 130 countries, seeking to study at a University in Central Europe.
Located in the city of Koblenz, WHU, also known as the Otto Beisheim School of Management, is one of the best and most renowned business schools in Germany, enjoying an exceptional international reputation. Its academic programs and continuing education formats offer a relevant training concept for executives at every stage of their careers.
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WHU was founded in 1984 on an initiative of the Koblenz Chamber of Commerce and Industry as a university that was established “by the business community for the business community.” Since that time, WHU... See full description.